Joe Vanderloo is a creative metal sculptor/fabricator who works primarily with mild steel and copper. He can also incorporate anything the client wishes including wood, stone or mosaic work. Steelenstein’s mission statement is to provide unique and custom made art, furniture and home decor for the individual or for businesses.
Archive for February 21, 2012
"Coffee for Two" Acrylic on Canvas $900.00
Frank Ducote’s folk art and paintings reflect life in, on and around the Gulf Islands and Salish Sea. People, places and things are all grist for his mill. His work is infused with wit and whimsy while drawing attention to the beauty of everyday life around us.
4 1/2 RavensRead more →
"Knives, Forks & Spoons" Ink, Watercolour & Gouache $1,350.00
Susan Taylor has lived to paint on South Pender Island since 1997 when she left her position at Simon Fraser University to pursue a life in art. Since then, private and corporate marine life and flower enthusiasts and “Foodies” have been collecting her work.
“Herring Ball” Acrylic &Read more →
"Holiding On" dye on silk on canvas $780.00
Everything in life has a connection. As an artist and musician the joy of expression is paramount with touching the senses of others and one’s self. It is the internal challenge that keeps one striving to reach the next plane of knowledge and achievement. The gif of beingRead more →
"Holding On" dye on silk on canvas $780.00
Marilyn Stubbs Cooney is a signature member of the Federation of Canadian Artists and a member of the Arrowsmith Chapter of the FCA. She is also a founding member of TOSH 10 a group of artistis at the Old School House Arts Center in Qualicum Beach, B.C. and